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a hand basket which the folks at moody's threaten could cost us dearly in the form of another debt downgrade. that would likely tank the dollar and bond and stocks. we are that close and that scary on the day when europe got more scary and germany was pumped. the debt crisis likely to hit there hard as another storm, this one, a huge nor'easter prepares to hit america's east coast harder. and sooner. try...today. look outside my office part of a huge nor'easter winter storm coming to the new york area some parts could be under 1' of snow. wall street says they will weather the nor'easter but not so sure about the perfect form storm at the end of next month. what will happen? >>guest: well, listen, there are a couple of things. the election result wasn't great and a lot of my wall street contacts thought romney had a chance so there was a let down. i am surprised that the dow did not finish further. there are things you mention with regard to europe. the ecbc equivalent, equal to our bernanke, he said, look, the slow down in europe is also germany, including the biggest economy over
into what they call super polling sites including tents, shuttle buses are used to transport voteers every 15 to 30 minutes, and hundreds of generators of being used to make sure there is enough power. in some spots along the new jersey shore, voters will is to travel a couple of towns away to cast their vote and many are not sure where that will be. voters can apply for absentee ballots but they have less than an hour to have the applications filed. displaced voters can do the provisional ballots any play but voters are worried. >> you cannot use vote everywhere because some places are evacuation centers. >> this is a priority over everything else. >> i don't know what we are doing tuesday as far as voting, my school is up the block. >> think of that, they do not know where they have to go. it is not publicized enough for them to know where they have to go. it will be a mess tomorrow. in a presidential race that we know is too close to call. and now to brooklyn, new york, where the shuttle becauses are in high demand for a variety of other uses. rick? rick: you mentioned the 59 polling pl
center on the latest. janice? can you hear us? janice? okay, we do not have anyone, i will pick up on that but we will go over to how the weather will translate to what going on in the polls this is a tomorrow development, most of the country enjoying very good weather, parts of wisconsin, florida, not so much, but, generally, the rule of thumb on this is, if the weather is good, advantage democrats. they are more inclined to go to the polls and less so when the weather is bad. that is the old saying. do you buy that? >>guest: i do, the voter intensity is on romney's side. so, more of the romney supporters are willing to stand in line in bad weather, wisconsin and florida obviously battleground states, so, having good weather across the country is an advantage for obama but having some rain in wisconsin and florida could help romney. they used to rain in florida but that is it. the enthusiasm is on the g.o.p. side. >>neil: you talk about usually voting and versus later voting with better than 30 million americans having already voted and that changes the cram ma. significantly so?
for this guy, he has a parachute. thought is sure about the rest of us. there is no parachute that could hold me but i digress. welcome, everyone, top democratic senator patty murray is saying that she would rather go over the cliff than be stream rolled by republicans either the rip get hit show says or everyone gets hit and talk about hit, a retroactive tax hike never-before-seen in american history likely to make this feeble recovery history happening january 1 and no one will be spared unless they do something now. democrats insist the pain is temporary vowing to a pass tax cuts? >>guest: year by the middle class putting republicans in the box a game the democrats will win but charles payne says this economy cannot afford it. long before the storms, charles was look at a couple of big subsequent operators players and he was talking about this, the issues like doubling and tripling, and lo and behold this past weekend he is talking about united representals, a huge pop today. this man speaks, buyers come out in droves. good to have you. what are taxpayers going to do? >>guest: they will go
they can't get through to these communities. what can you tell us? >> the first couple of days after sandy when cleanup begin after they were doing rescue the community i live in which is midland beach the area of jefferson island, everybody knows island boulevard was still four and a half feet underwater. they were trying to rescue people who why had not evacuated. for some reason, although the majority of the island, water had receded two days after the storm, we were still under water. i actually evacuated and could not get into my house. it was all those rows, any of main roads were blocked. they were all under water. as of thursday, we were able to get through and high land boulevard which is one of the main thoroughfares. people drive it every single day. it has eased congestion on island boulevard but midland beach and south beach, there are large groups of people who have not been visited by the red cross or the national guard or the volunteers or even san face. i'm sure that all those people that are volunteering that are there, putting hours and hours of their own time are not he
gives us the possible to create the growth in jobs we all need. >>neil: five days out from the election and officials are scrambling to deal with the damage. ahead of voting, the blitzing, the battle not buckeye state is heating up as both campaigns start in. governor kasich is here next. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. >>neil: take a look at this, this is new jersey, it was a very wealthy shore town before hurricane sandy rolled in. this is what it looks like today. after hurricane sandy. it is almost unrecognizable. but it is not just this city, but it is the entire new jersey landscape, the whole shore that seems to have been completely uprooted, redesigned, and by mother nature's own whim, redone rick is on long beach, new jersey, with the latest. i imagine were the same there, too? rick: absolutely. the mayor says they have in water. no power. no gas. no sewer. no telephone service. he says they are dead in the water. he estimates the damage of long beach island alone
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